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A leading automotive brand with eyes to the present day, Toyota also takes time to reflect on its history in 2017. Celebrating 50 years on the market in 2017, the Toyota Corolla is presented with remastered styling as well as new features such as standard backup camera on all models and Toyota Safety Sense-P. An 8,000-vehicle release of a 50th Anniversary Special Edition Corolla is also offered with unique coloring touches. Making a stylish fourth generation debut last year, the Toyota Prius hybrid expands to include a plug-in hybrid model for 2017. The 2017 Prius Prime can travel 22 miles on a battery charge before the intervention of a gasoline range extender. Available on the 2017 Toyota Highlander crossover but standard on the Sienna minivan, a new 3.5-liter V-6 engine boasts the added efficiency of gasoline direct injection. In the second part of the 2016 model year, three vehicles remaining from the now-shuttered Scion were integrated into the Toyota lineup. The wagon-like iM is now called the Corolla iM for 2017 while the subcompact iA becomes the Yaris iA. The third vehicle added to Toyota was known as the Scion FR-S and is now known as the 86 sports car. The 2017 Toyota 86 received a considerable amount of refinements to its design and handling package.